Trilok Nag and Bidhuri shine with ball

It was a field day for bowlers as H Trilok Nag and Kunwar Bidhuri picked up five wickets and four wickets for Tamil Nadu and Delhi respectively in the Colonel CK Nayudu (Under-23) Elite Group A match at the NPR College Ground in Dindigul. Continue Reading

Pant has technical issues in keeping wickets: Engineer

Rishabh Pant might have created a new record for an Indian wicket keeper by taking 11 catches in a Test in Australia, but former stumper Farokh Engineer says the Delhi youngster has a lot of technical problems in his primary job, while praising the left hander’s batting heroics. Continue Reading

Sri Lanka rated most corrupt cricket nation by ICC

Sri Lanka has been rated as the most corrupt cricket nation by the world governing body, the country’s sports minister said Monday.  Continue Reading

After Perth, MCG pitch gets average rating

The ICC has rated the MCG pitch used for third India vs Australia Test as average, very similar rating to the Perth Stadium track for the second Test.  Continue Reading

Third Test: India beats Australia by 137 runs, leads series 2-1

India took giant strides towards winning their first ever series on Australian soil in seven decades by retaining the Border-Gavaskar Trophy with a comprehensive 137-run win in the third Test on Sunday. Continue Reading

Melbourne: India on verge of victory in third Test in Australia

India came within sniffing distance of a defining victory before a stoic resistance by Australia’s tail delayed the inevitable in the third Test here Saturday. Pat Cummins scored a heroic half-century as Australia finished at 258 for eight at stumps on day four after being reduced to 176 for seven after tea. Continue Reading

Ranji: Sanju Samson hits a resilient fifty as Kerala fights back

Chasing a daunting target of 369, set by Tamilnadu, Kerala started the day at 27 for 1. Arun Karthick and Sijomon Joseph added 33 more runs before Sai Kishore dismissed Arun Karthick for 33. Continue Reading

Kohli could surpass Dhoni in earnings

New Delhi: Watches, cars, sports shoes, motorbikes, clothes, ride services, tires, snacks, health foods, headphones — even toothbrushes — they have all had the Kohli marketing treatment. The 30-year-old cricketer with tattooed arms and coiffured hair currently endorses 21 brands including Tissot, Audi, Puma, Uber and Hero, pushing him into the Forbes’s 2018 list of the world’s 100 highest-paid athletes. Continue Reading